Welcome to FC Lausanne-Sport. This is an Anglo-friendly page focused on providing English-speaking fans with the necessary information to enjoy watching Swiss football with friends and family. This page provides a range of advice, from purchasing tickets and merchandise to providing directions on how to get to the stadium. We look forward to seeing you in Lausanne-Sport colours soon!


FC Lausanne-Sport single-match tickets are available to buy online here. On match day, tickets can also be purchased at the stadium’s main entrance one hour prior to kick off.

Please click here to view the full match schedule.


2018/19 Season Tickets are available for purchase, providing the following benefits at great prices:

  • 18 home matches
  • 5 free tickets for friends and family during the season
  • 10% reduction of items in the LS store

Adult Season Ticket: CHF 160.-

Child Season Ticket: CHF 50.-

You can purchase a season ticket by clicking here!


Following relegation from the Swiss Super League in the 2017/18 season, FC Lausanne-Sport is back in Division 2. The current Swiss Challenge League season runs from mid-July 2018 through to early December. After a brief winter break, the teams return from February 2019 to May.

The Challenge League consists of 10 clubs that play one another twice at home and twice away, totalling 36 games per team across the season. A 1st placed finish sees the team gaining automatic promotion to the Super League. A 10th placed finish relegates the team to the third division. This year the league have re-introduced the barrage system,  whereby the team that finishes second in the league will play a two-leg playoff match against the 9th placed club from the first division. The winner takes a place in the Super League for the following season, potentially enabling two teams to be promoted in the same season!

For any further information in regards to the league, please visit the official website.

Projet du Stade de la Tuillière


Since 1954, home matches have been played at the Olympic Stadium of Pontaise. As of early 2020 the club will be moving to a new stadium: La Tuiliere. This will be a 12,000 seater stadium built to UEFA competition standards, focused on creating an exciting atmosphere for both players and fans to enjoy. It will be incorporated into extensive hospitality and catering facilities, with the latest generation of hybrid pitches.

The Tuiliere complex also includes a further 9 pitches (2 grass, 7 synthetic). These additional pitches provide training and match facilities not only for Lausanne Sport, but for other local Lausanne teams.

For more information regarding the Projet Métamorphose development, please click here. 

Histoire du LS, 1913


FC Lausanne-Sport was first established in 1896, making it one of the oldest football clubs in the world. The first team currently play in the Swiss Challenge League, the nation’s second division. The club has won the Swiss Super League on nine occasions and the Swiss Cup seven times. In addition to winning such prestigious titles, the club took part in the 2010 Europa League group stages.


If travelling by public transport, please take the following bus:

BUS 1 (Direction Lausanne, Blecherette) – Stop at Stade Olympique.

If travelling by car, parking is available at Parking du Vélodrome, a short 5 minute walk from the stadium:



FC Lausanne-Sport merchandise including replica kits, leisurewear and souvenirs are all available to purchase at the stadium on match days and on our e-shop.